Super Neighborhoods

Super Neighborhood 48 - Trinity / Houston Gardens


NAME: Trinity / Houston Gardens

DATE RECOGNIZED: 03.22.2001

STATUS: Active

COUNCIL DISTRICT: B

MAYOR’S ASSISTANCE OFFICE: North

CONTACT AND MEETING INFORMATION:
Huey German-Wilson
4th Tuesday, 6:30 pm, Monthly
Northeast Multi-Service Center
9720 Spaulding St, 77016
sn48.houston.trinitygardens@gmail.com

LOCATION: Trinity/Houston Gardens, takes its name from two communities: Trinity Gardens and Houston Gardens.

COMMUNITY DESCRIPTION AND HISTORY: Originally developed as communities just outside the city, each had oversized single-family home sites, allowing residents to have their own gardens. Now, home types vary widely, although most are single family and, generally, affordable. Density remains low. Railroad tracks trisect the neighborhood and are a dominant feature. Some of the inexpensive land has been converted to industrial uses, especially on the community's eastern edge. There are no major concentrations of retail development within the area.

CIVIC CLUBS:

•   Trinity Gardens Civic Club email

PARKS:

•   Apache-Elbert Triangle 7000 Elbert 77028
•   Banyan-Camway Triangle 7200 Camway 77028
•   Busby Park 6700 Hirsch 77026
•   Darien Park 7100 Darien 77028
•   Elbert Park 7400 Banyan 77028
•   Houston Gardens Park 6901 Apache 77028
•   Rosewood Park 8200 Darien 77028
•   Trinity Gardens Park 4903 Bennington 77028

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